By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org While most students are celebrating being off for the summer, the summer months also mean that many children won’t get enough food to eat. Several local […]
This week’s open house column is sponsored by Kate McDonough. Seventy eight open houses in the greater Baristaville area this Sunday. Suit up in your best steam punk outfit […]
Woman-about-town Robin Woods learns some new skills.
Allison Task advises on questions about drinking and housework.
Kids, ages 9 and up, are needed for Montclair’s Fourth of July Parade to march and carry banners along the parade route. Volunteers will receive a t-shirt, a coupon to […]
By ERIN ROLL email@example.com One of the five victims of the Capital Gazette shooting on Thursday, June 28, has ties to Montclair as a former resident, writer, member of the […]
Name: Chelsa M Hernandez Where do you live? East Orange, NJ When did you move there? We bought our home here about three years ago Where did you grow up? I grew up […]
This weekend, protests, rallies and other events in response to the Trump administration’s immigration policy that has resulted in separations and detentions of migrant families will be taking place all […]
Those annoying pins and needles could be trying to tell you something.
The Porchistas are a Montclair fixture, making music and playing local.
Jump up, take a number: age is just that. “Half Time” at Paper Mill Playhouse.
The Montclair Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) went over two applications at its June 28 meeting, but its biggest concern involved a referral to an application slated for consideration by the […]
It’s out with June and in with July this weekend! Looking for some family-friendly fun in and around town? We’ve got you covered! Start the weekend a little early at […]
Park Street neighbors have started a petition demanding the town not give its approval of a proposed 11-unit apartment building.